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Common gynaecological conditions referred to Mark are outlined below.

This information is designed to give you a better understanding of a particular condition you may have.


Endometriosis is present in approximately 10% of women. Laparoscopy is performed to diagnosis and treat this condition.


Fibroids (leiomyoma) are benign lumps of muscle found in the uterus and can occur in up to 40% of women.

Ovarian cysts occur frequently and in most cases will disappear without treatment.
Adhesions or scaring in the pelvis results from either; infection (PID), inflammation (endometriosis) or as a result surgery.

Persisting irregular bleeding is not normal and should be investigated.


Heavy Periods (Menorrhagia) that result in interference with your quality of life may require investigation and there are a number of treatment options available.


Prolapse is weakness of the support structures that hold the uterus and/or vaginal walls in place and can be managed in a number of different ways.